Las Vegas Room Attendants, Resorts Avoid Strike

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MGM Resorts International, the Las Vegas Strip’s largest employer, reached a tentative agreement with the Culinary Workers Union last week, averting a potential strike, according to the Associated Press. This follows a similar deal with Caesars Entertainment, impacting over 30,000 workers, including room attendants.

The union praised the new five-year contracts for significant pay raises and safety improvements. Ted Pappageorge, the union’s secretary-treasurer, hailed the deal as the best in their 88-year history, noting reduced housekeeping workloads and enhanced job security against technological advancements.

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